News published August 2015
Vehicle seized and impounded by council under new powers
Oldham Council enforcement officers have used new powers for the very first time to seize a vehicle suspected as being used for flytipping.
"Gamechanger" Oldham and GM opportunity going to market
Oldham Council is launching the search for a partner to deliver a ‘gamechanger’ town centre regeneration scheme – and set up a new Greater Manchester investment vehicle.
Exhibitions remember heroes of the First World War
Oldham Council is commemorating the borough’s heroes of World War One with two new roving exhibitions.
Oldham pupils congratulated on GCSE success
Oldham Council has congratulated young people in schools who have received their GCSE results today (Thursday, August 20).
Trial of new location for Shaw Market starts next week
Oldham Council is reminding residents the trial of a new location for Shaw Market starts next week.
Cyclists and walkers boosted by canal towpath improvements
More and more cyclists and walkers are enjoying the Rochdale Canal thanks to work carried out by Oldham Council and its partners.
Join in Oldham's Heritage Open Days
Oldham Council is inviting residents to take part in the Heritage Open Days event – which promises to be bigger and better than ever.
Smokin! Taste of the USA comes to the Independent Quarter
A Royton entrepreneur is bringing a taste of the USA to Oldham’s Independent Quarter with a new smokin’ hot restaurant.
Major step forward in new food store plans for Royton
Royton’s brand new Lidl store took a major step forward this week with the completion of the agreement to transfer the land and deliver the town centre scheme.
Crossley Playing Fields ready for the big kick off
Grassroots sport in Oldham is set to receive a significant boost following the re-opening of five refurbished playing pitches, and changing rooms at Crossley Playing Fields, Chadderton.